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Microsoft Exchange Server 2013: Mailbox and High Availability by Tony Redmond

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Assignment policies

So far, you have looked at direct assignment of roles to role groups by which users receive rights through their membership in the group that enable them to perform administrative operations such as viewing transport queues or conducting discovery searches. Every RBAC system needs a default policy to provide a basic set of functions that users can run. Exchange 2013 includes the concept of a management role assignment policy to enable users to perform certain functions that have to be performed by administrators in previous versions of Exchange. Table 4-2 lists the roles covered by the default role assignment policy, which is assigned automatically to an end user when his mailbox is created unless the administrator overrides ...

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